Self-adhesive wallpapers in the shape of a circle, with a linen structure, this is our new proposal for decorating your interior.
Ristretto owes its name to the Italian verb ridurre (Italian: to reduce), because it is espresso reduced to approximately half. Similarly, the color palette in Ewa Mróz's painting was reduced, giving it a slightly metaphysical character. The bright elements create an amazing play of light, adding three-dimensionality to the work and the impression that somewhere deep in the picture the sun is setting, shrouded in fog.
Ewa Mróz is an artist who draws inspiration from the beauty of nature. She describes herself as being fascinated by sunrises and sunsets, swayed by the wind, listening to the sound of the water, enchanted by the richness of colors and structures in nature. Each painting tells a different story. Different emotions. What they have in common is insight, naturalness, a note of mystery and good energy that the artist puts into her entire painting work.
Circle-shaped wallpapers were prepared as decoration diameter 130 cm or slightly smaller if additional elements stick out from the pattern, such as flowers, wings or other details.
The wallpaper is easy to apply, does not require the use of glue, and can be applied not only to the wall, but also to furniture.